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to take the stock higher any time soon. it's not going to help us. fourth worst, cisco. i think cisco could be a big winner in 2013. even as the stock is acting terribly courtesy of a downbeat outlook from john chambers when it reported last. i have never in all of my years of following cisco seen this stock at such a discount to all the other stocks in the s&p 500. it's a meager ten times earnings for heaven's sake. frankly, that's ridiculous. i think this stock has the best chance to flip from dow lead to dow lead. third anchor on the dow, walmart, which rallied 65% with dividends. this is a tough one because the stock has moved so much lately that i regard it as overextended on a chart basis, especially after the company's squeamish outlook. like alcoa, do not look for too much near term help from walmart to power the dow through its all-time highs. second worst performer is exxon. this company's much too revered for my taste. the $400 billion behemoth, not growing reserves much at all and that's the key metric for oil. paid top dollar for a natural gas company at near all time hig
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, on the flip side some of the dow's worst performers since that high watermark include cisco, general electric, hewlett-packard, bank of america and alcoa. ty. >> sue, not a dow component but also on our radar on this record breaking tuesday, southeastern asset management owns 8% of that pc maker turning up the heat demanding the company open the books. a growing number of investors unhappy with michael dell's plan to take the company private for $24 billion, $13.65 a share. meanwhile u.s. regulators have granted pfizer an extension on its multi-billion dollar pain drug celebrex into early december 2015, prevents generic drugmakers from cashing in. pfizer is there, as you see, at a 52-week high. as the dow breaks past its record high back in october '07, one sector is still nowhere it used to be. that would be the banks. with more analysts getting bullish on the sector, could financials lead the next leg of the rally. should there be a next leg or are the glory days gone? kayla tausche will explain. >> hi, tyler, financials are taking part in today's rally. they are up 1% as the dow surgeons t
and yesterday they had a piece saying that cisco is taking share. so i would like to present both the positive which is cisco doing well, but you have to present both. that's our job. the job to present both. maybe spain. where was santander, and why wasn't santander down 20%? >> the one note, quickly on apple is that around noon yesterday is important and it broke its trend which had been in place since the highs in september. it broke the downtrend on very heavy volume some technicians could actually signal that it's no longer in an uptrend and it's a march toward the positive here and that's just worth noting in terms of the trading action because we did see a nice gain in apple shares and up 2.7% by the end of the day and we're seeing apple shares build on the gains pre-market and it's an interesting momentum stock and maybe the momentum is turning and certainly worth watching here. >> i think you need to see growth and the dividend is great and i want to see growth and i want to see surprising growth and i want to see quarters made. >> would you rather to see apple add to its quarterly di
and the suggest thinking was that cisco was taking market share and it is down .8% right now. >> goldman on this anti-juniper pro-cisco bandwagon and doesn't show signs of letting up. >> a blackberry. blackberry is up 6 1/3%. >> how do you like that? >> blackberry, bed bath and best buy. >> the three bs. >> brahms, beethoven and bach. >> not bad equals the new good. >> i knew someone would have to mention it. >> i try not to. >> will you stay focused? >> geez. >> wow! apple. >> okay. apple. i hope they return capital and wish they had more growth. general mills. how about this one? some people say the top line wasn't so great. ken palo tonight and that is a dividend aristocrat. it's a dividend monster. we might have to do a bull/bear. >> look at what the stock's done, right? 21% over the past year? >> how can you not love a cereal company that you can sleep at night with, of course, they have many other brands that keeps raising the dividend. this is the market at large. the united states bank of general mills is unbelievable, right? no medicare problems. >> we'll have a debate and then
,208. names like cisco systems and bank of america, helping us to break these all time record highs on the dow jones industrials. you have 29 of the 30 names in the green on the dow and now, 14,210 and it's just green across the screen. stuart: i've got to break in for a second. because i've got to say i feel sorry for those people who bought apple at 500, 600, $700 a share and are now looking at it at 420 on a day when the dow is skyrocketing to record high territory. i've got to say i feel bad for them. you first, charles. charles: i don't feel bad for them unless that's the only stock you bought. 40% of people have one stock and how they play the market and that's why the market is a casino to a lot of people, buy one, two stocks and see how they work out and hold them for a short period of time. a year from now, these people may be happy, so i don't necessarily feel sorry for them, but people out there should have a basket of great american companies in their portfolio. stuart: i had a great basket of american companies, unfortunately microsoft miserable at 27.28. did you want to add anyth
-packard and cisco in there. intel pretty high up on the list but american express goes into the top spot. financials are top gainers. overall big picture, we are seeing a great market helped the economic news we have gotten in and you can see a lot of winners here as well. melissa: thank you so much. when you have six kids, it is inevitable. i look at the jobs section this weekend strong numbers driving the dow even higher. ap says the private sector added 198,000 jobs last month, well above the estimate of 175,000. coming ahead of the report on jobless claims which is expected to show an increase of 355,000 in the latest week. friday the government bigmouth report expecting 160,000 jobs added last month, implement rate holding steady 7.9%. lori: the dow marching on. the correction just around the corner or is there more room to the upside? always great to see you. so, again, as we have been stating, the dow is building on the record close yesterday. what is your outlook? is the dow at the best levels for the year for 2013 or is there more room to run? >> i think there is more room to run, don't do
and technology, cisco, intel on 12 times earnings with 44% yield. that to me is not risk and that's the place where i would recommend retail money goes. >> we'll leave it there. patrick spencer from buried's. thank you so much for your time. >> thank you. >> meantime, investors are sounding alarms over this rally. societiee generale's edwards says the dow feels erie similar to 2007. there's more of his thoughts on the website, cnbc.com. >> change na's february trade figures have caught the markets by stries. on the other hand, imports were down much more than expected, a 15% year on year drop. that was about twice as much as expected. the results was a trade surplus of $15 billion for february. still, economyists are cautioning against reading too much into the data as it's skewed by the timing of the lunar new year holiday. we'll get more china figures tomorrow. inflation and retail sales and industry output on task. if you thought you would have a quiet weekend, forget about it. you have to go through those figures. meanwhile, a ray of home for the japanese economy as it bounced back from i
a look at minimum-wage around the bay area. the state says the bar at $8 an hour. meanwhile severed cisco has eyes minimum wage in the country at $10.50. now san jose checks it $10 an hour. >> redwood city council members will vote tonight on an ordinance banning single use plastic bags within the city. if adopted, the board had to go into effect in april 25th and would ban the use of plastic bags not all retailers except restaurants and nonprofits. like other bands, businesses would be required required to charged 10¢ per bag. the fee would go up to 25¢ in 2015. >> watching day's winners and losers on wall street and we're starting with adidas. >> they are throwing down the gauntlet at nike saying they're going to out run them. i think this is laughable. as a business analyst i can tell you nike is number one and adidas is no. 6 in the world of running shoes. nike has lebron james, a lots of big endorsements. nike has the rest of the world is what it comes down to. making a bounce your shoe does not necessarily make it faster, more each is an issue. as an investor, i see a story like t
. cisco. tomorrow starts here. ♪ . >>> stocks rally and our traders have the best place right now. morning star is the ultimate stock picker. he is going to be here with his best picks as well. tiffany beach, we're going to have a big debate about where that goes from here and bear stearns five years later. the anniversary of the deal. now we have the ceo of chase wealth management. he was there. now this charge of a group running about $106 billion. we'll reflect on the past and talk about the markets. 10% gain here. #. >> the top performing stock on the nasdaq. they posted a quarterly loss but the strong outlook is getting everybody excited. it also reported an uptick in rev new and volume. several analysts increasing price target on the stock. you know, melissa and simon. we talk about how tech is underperforming but the stock is up 60% year to date. back to you. >> thank you very much, seema. it's approaching midday on wall street, so time is finding out for dell to find a better deal wchlt wi. the 45-day deal ends tonight. they proposed to take the texas based company private, giving
- adjusted level. $10.50.cisco, george miller are from san francisco. host: "the crow gap between ceo pay and the stagnant minimum- cruel gap - the c between ceo pay." guest: that is an interesting point. it makes me remind the public that barack obama has stated done enacted 18 tax breaks for small business and more are on their way. business,tion big which is so programmed that many do not pay any taxes. there are tens of millions of people in this country if they paid $1 of federal income tax would have paid more dollars into the u.s. treasury than general electric, honeywell, pepco, pacific gas and electric who have made billions of dollars in profit but did not pay one dollar. there should be a taxpayer appreciation day frawley belts that taxpayers have been required because they have not organized and become powerful. i wrote 100 of them years ago. a taxpayerannounce appreciation day on april 15?" they were not been used. host: ralph nader is the author of "the seventeen solutions, bold ideas for our american future." thank you for joining us. we will look at how four houses. faye t
buildup on each side. so, i developed that plan, took it over to the assistant secretary of state cisco, and from there to the nsc. it got to henry kissinger, and he thought, that's interesting, but i can't persuade these folks to do this, to disengage they're forces and to quit sniping at each other. that's 1972. so, in february of '73, sort of as a free-floating agent, i floated over to the cia and joined the office of the director of central intelligence, and i took my little plan with me. and so i got over there, and the war happened. and you've heart quite a bit about that. my next role was as that war ran down, was to resurrect for dr. kissinger the plan for the disengagement of forces. that i put into play in the diplomatic arena. kissinger suggested and browbeat the parties into doing that. we tweaked the plan a bit, and he sent me off to sell it to the parties. which gave me an interesting experience to talk to presidents about and prime ministers, meir and various intelligence and army people. the next thing that i got involved in was to propose to the director that we do a di
character is not very accurate. he was kind of like cisco and poncho and it wasn't like that. russell of course is a very big name in tennessee history and through other sections of the midsouth. so yes he did exist and there is russell and crockett's autobiography and i'm sure the disney screenwriter pulled a name out of there. when they were first casting the show they considered buddy epson to play davy crockett which in some ways because of humor would have been more accurate. >> thank you all for coming first of all. very interesting. my question is for any or all of you was the alamo and davy crockett and custer in there too what gives you as individuals the courage or the feeling that i can write something new. i can come up with something that people will find interesting. >> if you look there are a lot of good books written that are based on other books written about a subject. people don't do archival research or deep research and if you look in their there are notes in the book of all the citations and sources of other secondary sources. i've found with both of these subjec
, merck, corning, boeing, goldman sachs, microsoft, caterpillar, cisco systems, dow chemicals, major, profitable corporations using tax havens to avoid paying in the united states of america. we have an amendment to deal with that issue, and i hope we can have bipartisan support for that amendment. mr. president, i want to talk about my second amendment, and now i speak as chairmen of the veterans' committee. this amendment, number 198, would establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect the benefits of disabled veterans and their survivors by not enacting the so-called chained c.p.i. i'm pleased that this amendment is being cosponsored by senators had a harkin and hirono. mr. president, the time has come for the senate to send a very loud and clear message to the american people. we will not balance the budget on the backs of disabled veterans who have lost their arms, their legs and their eyesight defending our country. we will not balance the budget on the backs of the men and women who have already sacrificed for us in iraq and afghanistan, nor on the widows who have lost t
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